If you plan to enter one of my Giveaways, please make sure that you read the entire post and abide to all rules of the giveaways. Lack of doing so will result in deleting of entries with no warning.

03 March 2011

LabelLighthouse.com Review and Giveaway




LabelLighthouse has created a one size, label that can be used on clothing and any other item that you need labeled! Stickins is a peel and stick, no iron needed permanent label that is not only washer and dryer safe, but it microwave and dishwasher safe as well!


These labels are extremely convenient and easy to use. Tuesday morning as our typical busy school morning routine started, my 1st grader brought down a stack of Dr.Seuss books for their classes celebration of Dr. Seuss's birthday. In the middle of making breakfast I hear, "Mom, my teacher says you need to put my name on all these so we I can take them to read for Dr. Seuss Day!"



Looking at the massive pile of books she had sitting on the counter, I was reminded of a little envelope of LabelLighthouse Stikins that were sent for review. These were perfect! A little difficult to get a couple off, but perfect! What would have taken me much more than 5 minutes and would have given me a cramped hand afterward, was made simpler and became a lifesaver when we already were running late.

Stickins can be purchased directly through LabelLighthouse and cost $24.95 for 60 labels and $39.95 for 120 labels and includes shipping (express orders excluded).


WIN IT!!!!!  LabelLighthouse is generously giving one of my lucky readers a free starter pack of 60 labels. This Giveaway will end promptly on March 8th at 11:59pm. You MUST be a public follower to enter. Simply leave me a comment telling me what you would use your labels for if you were to win! Make sure to leave your email address and use "at" and "dot" instead of  "@" and "." to avoid spam bots.




********************
This review was written on behalf of FRN and LabelLinghthouse, who provided a starter label pack in exchange for my honest review.

1 comment:

Snow said...

I would use these labels for my daughter's stuff in school.

There was one time a student mistakenly took home my daughter's winter jacket because of similar design and size. :(